Boss New Campaign T-Shirts Now Available, In The Sense of We Can’t Really Afford To Give These Things Away Sense of “Available”
Let your mind drift back for a moment. It’s Thursday night, 1976, and you’re going to see the Doobie Brothers at the Utica Memorial Auditorium. You need to make the scene in a t-shirt, yes, but a t-shirt featuring something boldly incomprehensible, an obscure band or a gravel crushing company out on the west edge of town. Something that will mark you as unique, absolutely singular, because no one anywhere else in the auditorium can possibly be wearing the same strange design. And therefore you will shine, in the glow of a thousand cigarette lighters. Beautiful, man.
But of course you could never find that t-shirt, because anything you bought was also bought by several hundred thousand other teens hoping to look special and unique.
You could never find that shirt, until today.
Introducing the limited line of Baruth 2010 State Senate T-Shirts: sleek, affordable, and you can be damn sure that no one else will have one on, no matter where you debut.
We have the horizontal logo and the vertical stacked logo (pictured above), as well as the plain back design or, for the more adventurous, the “Speak Baruth To Power” bumper sticker design splash (pictured below).
Long sleeves, perfect for winter weather, optional. We have black, we have white.
Does the campaign realize even one thin dime from these fine Cafe Press shirts? It does not.
But you help us out by carrying the campaign’s most basic message to your picnic, your sleep-over, your 4th of July parade or final parole hearing.
Many thanks to Selene Colburn, who masterminded this particular arm of the campaign, and to the Methodikal guys, Mike and Seth, for the designs involved. Hard to go wrong with a design troika like that.